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the flag that flies over your state capitol? maybe it's this one. the first thing you notice about wyoming's state flag is that big critter in the middle. don't call it a buffalo -- it's a bison. >> the bison was important out in the wild west, as we all know, but in particular, in wyoming. it was verna keays who designed the flag, and she thought it was a great symbol of branding, which cattle ranchers all used to keep track of their animals, but, also, the bison was known as the monarch of the plains, and she thought that was a great symbol for her state. >> name "wyoming" comes from a native american word for "great plain." today it would be considered politically incorrect, but the flag's designer paid tribute to those once called "red men" with the red border. she said the red also signifies the blood of the pioneers who fought to claim the land. we can easily understand why a cowboy and a miner are pictured in the center. but what are those tiny words in the banner? >> the phrase on the wyoming state flag is "equal rights," and this speaks to wyoming's history as a place that was ver
>> and at wyoming. it is a forerunner and driven by the man suspected in the kidnapping and rape of an 11 year old girl in codey, wyoming on monday. she was found wandering by a group of hunters and the young victim provided this possible destription. a white male between 45 and 60 years old. a heavy guy and be you pound and short strawberry blondee hair or white hair . neatly trimmed mustache or beard. we'll have information on whether the f.b.i. believes it was connected to the kidnap murder of jessica ridgeway. we'll have the f.b.i. report on that in the bottom of the hour. you will hear a teen who survived being kidnapped by a monster. presidential politics and the latest on benghazi gate with senator bob corker back from libya. back here at home romney, the gop contender is widening his margin. what is so far unclear is whether thursday night's vice-presidential debate will move the polls one way orth other. three smart connected guests are here to weigh in. ab stodard joins u. and here in the studio with me. mord stucker man who owns the new york daily news and editor in ch
, but denied those allegations.their trial starts in jjnuary. a man ... accused of hiding wyoming... is faciig burglary charges..evvn though he didn't steal money. money.thee27-year-old hid in pollce say store employees .- identified the man from surveillance viieo.heehas a roy lichtenstein painting that disaapearrd over 40 years agg is now back hereeit belongs.american aat deaaer leo castelli bought the "electric cord" painting in 19- 61 for 750--ollars.it's now worth four-million.in 19-70, e sent it tt an art restorer painning resurfaced in july at a new york warehouse. we are delighted to have iiternationally renowned artiit, roy lichteentein, to its rightful owner. returning stolen arr and artifacts is an important missioo of this office, and it is alwayy successful in being able to do " that."innestigators say the gallery receiveddittonn consignment from the art restorer's idow.shh says it was found in thh locker of one of her husbandds employees after hhr husbaad died three an oracll team racing yachh capsizes during practice tuesday.take a look at thiss &pvidee here. ovee... drifting
's listening now going, it protects small states, you know, i mean, you know, why does wyoming need protection of canada? anyone i need -- qume, from california. anyone i know from wyoming can kick the butt of anyone i know from california. they don't need special protection. >> if only screwed twice in 12 years then you're married. thank you so much for being here, mo and victoria. the documentary's on pbs now through ex-day and the book at local bookstores. grab one and figure out the way the process should be and if you can't get enough of mo and who can? also catch him on the new cooking show, my grandmother's ravio ravioli. it sounds tasty. >> tonight on cooking channel, 8:30. it's nonpartisan cooking. i promise. all these grandmothers are undecided voters. tune in and maybe influence them. >> i want a liberal cooking show. thank you. >>> let's go to psychopath, yes, we do it all here. why it pays to be an american psychois next. begin. tomato, obviously. haha. there's more than that though, there's a kick to it. wahlalalalallala! smooth, but crisp. it's kind of like drinking a food that'
weather is imposed in parts of wyoming, eastern nebraska as well as iowa into tonight. heavy rain shards will gradually weaken as we head into tonight. very cool air coming from the north. frost advisory and freeze warnings are posted in the appalacians. temperatures aring looing quite chilly for this time of year. only 15 degrees expected in washington and chicago at 19 degrees. only 5 degrees in winnipeg. let's go over to europe. a strong low bring in snow showers and heavy rain in the southern peninsula. thunderstorms in italy. east in turkey will make its way toward the east. temperatures are looking seasonal in many locations. here is your extended forecast. >> that wraps up this edition of "newsline." . thanks for joining us. x0
. more in the dakotas and minnesota and back into wyoming. in the pacific northwest, that have had snow in cascade. the colder tip jurors are out that way. for us, the temperature is warming up. tomorrow and the next day and the next they will be great. details in the forecast, just ahead. x a new wall street journal poll shows president obama and mitt romney are tied to weeks before the election. the poll has the race that even with 47% support for each candidate. it was conducted october 17-20 after last week's second avenue. the poll has mitt romney leading in the battleground states reject after last week's second debate. -- after last week's second avenue. -- debate. >> terrell suggs defied many laws of science, and not only did he return, but well. he said he wanted to come back against a good team. a little over weight, not in game shape, still the best pass rush off -- pass rusher in the game. a great throw and catch, 9-3 lead. joe flacco pass it -- his old nemesis, part of 29 unanswered points. suggs is happy to get back to the game, but not with the results in houston. >> we l
they have in sheritan, wyoming -- is that where you went? . >> that was in utah and la as well, down there at the institute. >> they have another writer's retreat in sheritan, wyoming, so i spent time out there and we workshoped this in san francisco, we have done readings at the asia society in new york. each time we did a workshop, each time we did a reading, it moved the piece forward. i think in large part it has to do with working with cary pearloff, the director, but she is also an excellent dramator. she worked closely with me in terms of the writing of the material so as we went along, we were able to shape the piece as well as figure out how to stage it. it's an interesting piece in that i wrote it with a number of small themes and the choice is you either present it like a doll house, or rear view window where you have kind of a cut out and you kind of jump from one room to another, or -- and this was my preference -- to develop some kind of cinematic approach to allow for there to be a fluidity in all these separate scenes. so cary and the scenic designic, donna eastman, a
running along. wyoming had 16 in. of snow. that is the cool air mass here is what it looks like in evanston wyoming. we're off to a fast start out west of us but not here to look at the high today. there is a little wind blowing off of the like out there. for us we will floor with a record. our normal height is about 20 degrees cooler. look at the pool from which that cold air emanates. we will tap some of that this weekend. seven degrees warmer tonight. all of this moisture in the air is evidenced by the 60 degree gulf coast level he point. it feels like spring out there. here is the weather map. late in the day this front comes through. a sprawling high pressure system that comes in on the back side of that. we go thru noon and lunchtime and that's about 5:00 tomorrow evening. we could see about a third of an inch of rain. the other area of action is on the east coast. storm.some models bring it into the mid atlantic and new england that would be a serious situation late in the weekend. unseasonably warm here low temperature to 967 degrees. mostly sunny and windy near reco
, west virginia, wyoming, iowa, all of which use this mid deem charge rather than felony. and what we find in these 13 other states is that there are higher rates of drug treatment participation, lower rates of drug use, and even slightly lower rates of violent and property crime. so again, we can prove we can have safer communities. and then of course there are the unintended consequences of a felony conviction. consequences that really can cause great damage to a young life for many decades out. the very three things that can keep someone successfully in his or her recovery, access to housing, education and employment are put farther out of reach because of a felony conviction, especially in a down economy, someone with a felony has great difficulty even accessing 5 a job that pays minimum wage. putting these felony convictions to a whole population of young people, we really perpetuate a chronic underclass which benefits none of us. and then of course there's the inequity in the criminal justice system. even though we can show that drug use rates are quite similar in all different
as minnesota. meanwhile to the south of the system where it is a bit drier, hard frees warnings for wyoming and south dakota. taking a look at the temperatures, they're already starting to fall away. winnipeg, 5 degrees. fargo, just 3 degrees for the high today. cooler air is going to be impacting a much larger area of the northeast over the next few days. chicago, 23. we'll drop down to about 12 degrees on thursday. and new york city as well, you'll be dropping down by about ten degrees into the weekend also. still staying in the 30s in miami as well as houston with a warm 26 in los angeles. into europe we go. not much change here in the northwest. we've been seeing a large system just sending front after front into towards scandinavia and the continent. today you'll be finding thunderstorms from norway, swed sweden, down there into northern france. reports of gusts exceeding 70 kilometers an hour in germany. having said that, to the south and east, things are looking much more settled and calm. there are some storms moving through the balkans right now in through the black sea region. som
front, fire weather risk in parts of wyoming, eastern nebraska, southern minnesota as well as iowa into tonight. and out towards the east, heavy rain showers along the eastern seaboard will gradually weaken into tonight. as it does, very cool air coming from the north. so frost advisories. freeze warnings are posted in the appalachians. temperatures are looking like this. only 15 degrees expected in washington and chicago at 19 degrees. but will be cooling down into 11 degrees on wednesday and only five degrees in winnipeg. you may see snow flurries on tuesday night. let's go over to europe then. a strong low bringing in snow showers and heavy rain. making its way towards the battlic states. and to the south, moderate to heavy rain will be shifting towards southern germany. and thunderstorms in italy. eastern turkey and western russia will make its way towards the east. temperatures are looking seasonal in many locations but the exception is going to be the siberian peninsula. here's your extended forecast. >>> some animal lovers in manila took poisonous creatures to church. >> cat
, wyoming, nebraska, kansas and on and on. the states tend to vote republican and tend to be removed from washington. i've looked at all of the presidential visits to the states over the past three and a half decades and how they are spread out by state and i said with a few actually allocate these according to population and i look at the ones that get more states than the population would predict and more visits rather than population would predict and fewer visits. and it is the key electoral states that tend to be disproportionately visited. we see this not just in electio years, but throughout the president's terms in office. and we have seen this consistently since ronald reagan. but we have had despite and the sproportionate focus on the key states in the last few presidencies, george bush's presidency at barack obama's presidency. >> what do you teach at the naval academy? >> courses on the presidency and campaigns and elections and american public attacks generally and occasionally of course in the congress.
across the nation. a rainy day in the northwest, around seattle, portland, billings and jackson, wyoming. scattered showers from grand rapids to chicago. much warmer than normal in the nation's midsection. >> kansas city and omaha hover near 80 degrees. 60s in the northwest and east. 80s in new orleans. 85 in sacramento. >>> coming up, the google exec who is saying yahoo! a $60 million incentive to switch companies. >> not a bad career. >>> and a lot of people getting fired up over flaming hot cheetos. >>> and later, a very close call for this guy, who was showing off with a crocodile and almost beca >>> welcome back, everybody. shoppers are returning to the stores and they're spending. retail sales last month were up 1.1% because consumers simply are more confident. merchants saw gains in almost every major category from eating out to smartphones. it is the third-straight monthly increase in retail sales. >> why did you point to me when you mentioned eating out? >> you like food. >>> well, it is no wonder that major retailers are optimistic about the upcoming holiday shopping season. am
, new mexico, nevada and wyoming are said to be the only states suffering from severe worker shortages. high speed trading is showing signs of slowing down. trading firms large and small reportedly are cutting staff or even closing. according to the new york times, profits from high speed trading on stocks are expected to hit $1.25 billion this year, down 35% from last year. owners of high- frequency trading firms have expressed concerns about government regulations, although so far u.s. regulators have taken only minor steps to rein in trading practices. morgan stanley has been slapped with a lawsuit. the firm is being sued by the american civil liberties union in a lending discrimination case. the suit claims the firm targeted minority homeowners, leading them into bad mortgage deals. they claim thousands of detroit homeowners have been caught up in the scheme. morgan stanley says the allegations are completely without merit, and plans to fight the claims. a refund may be coming your way for e-books. 3 major publishers and attorneys general from most states have reached a settlement
. one little anecdote that i did read is, i think it was wyoming or morth dakota, one of the northwestern markets, very, very actively being solicited for ad purchases because you get a lot of bang for your buck. there's something like 19,000 ads purchased over the past couple of weeks. > > we've been hearing reports that mitt romney has been holding his fire back so that he can just blitz with political ads into the finish. are you seeing signs of that as well? > > not yet. i guess we're not there. we'll see how this thing plays out with the debate. but it will be interesting to see the strategies here. there's always a lot of speculation in terms of who is doing what with their particular strategies. it looked like early on you could say that president obama was out with a big heavy early spend. that's pretty much well established. their whole goal was to define mitt romney before he could define himself. so, yes, certainly mitt romney is trying to save plenty of money for a strong finish. > > matt nesto, good to have you on the show. we hope to have you back soon. t
in nevada or north dakota, or wyoming, and he named all of the had to -- states that below three -- two, three, four, five elect world votes, and said they will never see another presidential train that enters their state and the reason is they will concentrate totally on where it might have been in the electoral college i remember a testimony that said i would rather have an honest college.innesota's -- i remember a testimony that said i would rather have an honest vote in minnesota than a tombstone in chicago. nevada yesterday, in "the usa today" how the data goes goes the nation. you think anybody is going to mess around in the data is to get rid of the electoral college? -- nevada if they get rid of the electoral college? host: how do you motivate someone in states that do not have as many electoral college votes to go out, if they're not in a key battleground state? guest: well, if you go back and look to the u.s. senate, i got the same for it the vote as brian moynihan. there is a lot of ground that has been which it the same vote as dan moynihan. -- the same vote as? moynihan. th
of southeastern wyoming as well we're anticipating 45 centimeters of snow to fall in the sierras for the next 24 hours. meanwhile, rain showers will develop from colorado up into minnesota and turning quite severe in the upper mississippi valley from wednesday afternoon. we can see this clear definition, this is we're expecting thundershowers to occur on wednesday but behind a system quite chilly, only 6 degrees expected in winnipeg and warming up to 29 degrees in oklahoma city on your wednesday. here is your extended forecast. >>> that wraps up this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us.
heavy snow coming down in parts of wyoming. we have a weakening storm system bringing snow across into ontario as well. further out toward the west, very dry. also windy. and that, could spell fire weather for you. in parts of oregon as well as washington state. out toward the east, going to be more of a rain event. any where from texas up through into quebec. should be seeing a good chance of showers. now that cold air is going to be moving further toward the northeast. 28 degrees, new york city. nice warm day. saturday won't be too bad. getting down to 14 degrees sunday. be prepared for the drop. 8 degrees in denver. expected and 12 in chicago. with 3 in the forecast for winnipeg. to the south. different story. low 30s in houston, texas. go now to europe. it is going to be quite split as we head into the weekend. down toward the south. very dry. in fact, warming up toward the southeast. but it is going to be wet, windy, much cooler, across the northern half of the continent. heavy rain, across the british isles, towards the south. with the very potent low moving across -- the no
through overnight, snow in many areas of idaho, trying to head up now towards wyoming. the next storm is already on the map. you can see the clouds. warm front will bring showers probably late tonight and tomorrow into the northwest. so, i think you get one dry day today. so, the forecast is cool. temperatures are definitely chilly, only in the 50s in many areas for highs in oregon, in washington, in idaho, some of these areas only in the 40s. we're still pretty nice in the desert southwest, but even vegas has cooled off with a high today only of 68. but that's nice, nice little break. that's a look at y night tonight and then tomorrow. unsettled weather pattern after that. so, the west little colder this morning. definitely feels like late fall. >> all right, bill, thanks. >>> well, voter fraud in florida? the fbi investigates. >>> also, scientists mixing male and female embryos. is this a good idea? your early-morning headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, if you're a customer at bank of america, they could be taking a huge hit. details are next. you're watching "early today." >>>
it or not are hunting pals. scalia taught her how to shoot fowl. they will take a trip to wyoming this-week. we'll see what she drags back to d.c. >> community leaders got together for a great cause. i was asked to help with the black tie gala for the community foundation. it inspires charity giving from people and individuals. they were honored tonight. and some of the successes from some of the charities that they support. thank you very much for what you did. >> you did a costume change. >> a quick one. >> nice. all right. well weather-wise we've got a beautiful stretch ahead of us. >> we do. but those heavy showers kept forming and got stronger and possibly spawned a tornado in baltimore. hasn't been confirmed. when showers stopped dumping the rain many picked up an inch of rain. this started to clear. let's take you to our weather computer and show you our roof top camera. it was pretty impressive looking. it got dark, the heavy rain. all kinds of rain was popping up. and now we're in good shape with cooler skies around the area. 76 at reagan nation
there was a possible connection between reg wie's case and -- ridgeway's case and another one. the wyoming -- while there isn't a definitive connection, police are searching for a white male suspect between 55 and 60 with strawberry blonde hair. >>> tonight the family of clarence mitchell is mourning his death. he was a delegate from 1963 to 1967. he pushed for civil rights legislation. his father clarence mitchell, jr. was a long time lobbiest for the naacp. >> weather wise, a seasonable fall afternoon, temperatures in the upper 50s. not so bad for early october. 58 in mt. airy. 60 in cambridge. satellite radar view is clear but you see the impact in the upper great lakes. this cooler shot of air will arrive tomorrow night and into the day on saturday. it will not be bringing the winter weather. this evening, 50s. a few clouds, cool and pleasant. there are some changes as we go from friday night into your saturday. we'll detail it in minutes. >> the orioles will have to dust themselves off. >> everybody wants to know, does orioles magic have one more trick up that are sleeves. omazing coverage. >>
is going to be found in and around southeastern wyoming. as well as the the sierras. maybe up to 45 sent mer 45 cent. rain is spreading from the northern plains into the great lakes region as well, ontario, over the next 24 hours. turning quite severe in the upper mississippi river valley. severe storms, gusty wind, hail are possible on your wednesday. meanwhile, dry across the southern half of the u.s., temperatures are quite hot. for the time of year. 31 degrees expected in houston. 29 degrees in oklahoma city. 25 in chicago. but, as a low pressure system moving through. temperatures will be dropping down by about 15 degrees in chicago. and oklahoma city as we head into your friday. all right. here is your extended forecast. >>> and that's all for now on this edition of "news line." i am yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for joining us.
temperaturas en el suroeste, en california, texas, pero miren ustedes en el oestre del país, wyoming, idaho, las dakotas, tenemos 20 a 30 grados bajo lo normal, tenemos condiciones invernales en nebraska, tenemos avisos de fuegos invernales si usted vive en montana, las dakotas, no olvide esta posibilidad de nieve, porque hay de 4 a 6 pulgadas mientras que nosotros en el sur tenemos condiciones cálidas, por la posibilidad de nevadas, tenemos bastante humedad en el golfo de méxico, nubosidad en el sureste las precipitaciones abandonan la gran manzana, ustedes en chicago sienten la baja de temperaturas, con las mínimas en 40 grados, pero el calorcito continúa en california, con bastante nubosidad en el país, pero nuevamente condiciones secas, por eso tenemos los incendios forestales en el centor del país, tenemos las máximas de 60 grados, tenemos un gran descenso en comparación al sur del país, tenemos las condiciones en el atlántico, tenemos la depresión tropical número 15, con vientos de 35 millas por hora, que va al noroeste, la vigilamos bien de cerca, lo que sí pensamos que
.f.k. airport. no one was injured. both planes recently had maintenance work. >>> wyoming's first wolf hunting season in more than a half century is under way now. ranchers say allowing them to kill wolves will help reduce their livestock losses. animal activists hope wyoming sticks to its statewide limit of 62 wolves killed. no hunting is allowed in yellowstone park. >>> one of the most popular sitcom stars from the 1970's who's enjoying celebrity again on the cable stations is coming to our studios this morning. we talk to the fonz henry wink letter about his trip to -- winkler about his trip to capitol hill. >>> republican mitt romney announce as new stance on immigration on the eve of the first presidential debate. >> next at 5:15, howard has high temperatures ranging from the 80s to the 60s in his seven- day forecast. we'll be right back. >>> good morning. welcome back to 9news now on this tuesday morning. it's 5:15. before i said howard is going to have temperatures that go to 70s, even 80s. i thought we were in fall now. >> we are in fall but we still get these ups and downs. when we ha
are filled with giant states that are not all that densely filled with people. no offense to wyoming, and montana, and nebraska, but relatively speaking, you have a lot of land with not many people on that land. and that's a feature, not a bug, right? your emptiness makes you beautiful and great. but we don't vote by acreage in this country, we vote by human. so a big giant stake like montana gets three votes, nebraska, a measly five votes. in electoral politics, one relatively crowded indiana is worth as much as montana, wyoming, and nebraska all combined. but if you look a little bit closer at the sea of red from the 2008 election, if you look at the results map from when president obama won last time, and you'll notice in the big sea of red in the middle of the country, there was one blue dot inside nebraska. barack obama won that little blue dot. nebraska is one of only two states in the country that don't just give all their elek troerl votes on a statewide basis. they divide their votes by congressional district. and in 2008, in the middle of what we think of as big, empty, red
projects. a wind farm on federal land in southern wyoming and a new refinery in north dakota that women be use to process shale oil taken from the bakken formation. certainly perfect timing right, just a few weeks before the election. but are these new projects going to give the president an edge he needs in the polls next month? joining us is kentucky congressman ed whitfield. thanks so much for joining us. are you suspicious of the timing on this one? >> well i am. i mean i think it is political because it is very close to the election and, even though the obama administration talks a lot about being for all of the above, i think this is the first time that they have done anything really to help on fossil fuels. i am delighted to hear about the permit for the refinery in the bakken field. melissa: yeah. i was surprised about that. i mean that is a step forward no matter how you slice it. it is on, is it on a reservation? did i read that? >> i think that's correct. i believe that's correct. melissa: i mean that makes it sort of unusual. is that the way we get these refineries done now?
-person, one-vote. wyoming gets three electoral college votes for every -- in california, they get one vote fro every 600,000. combined they get one extra vote. it turns a national election into an election for battleground states. we do not have an election beyond eight, nine, 10 states. people who do not have the right to vote to determine who are president might be. host: you write the way they calculate non-citizens may have an advantage for president obama in your opinion. you give more context writing -- wint: let's say republicans 28 and the democrats won 22 plus the district of columbia. that is a 56-46 advantage on the part of the republicans and therefore they would gain 10 electoral votes given that senators are lumped in. wyoming with one congressperson gets three electoral college votes because of the two senators. host: if you like to talk about electoral math and talk about how this affects the election, here are the numbers to call. let's hear from jamie in pennsylvania on their democrats line. good morning. caller: how are you today? i 100% agree with the professor. i do not ag
stations going over five dollars for regular. it is costing drivers so much. cheryl: fracking and wyoming. could travel spell trouble for the entire industry? lori: customers could finally be getting back some of the millions that went missing. the company imploded after a massive fraud. those peregrine accounts and ceo will join us. melissa: let's head to the new york stock exchange. our very own local nicole petallides is standing by. nicole: it is a holiday. the dow is down 22 points. the s&p and nasdaq are both down. tech is heavily weighted to the downside. we are also taking a look at walmart. it hit an all-time high today. this on their agreement with american express to offer customers an alternative to their own charge cards and debit cards. they have come up with their own plan called the bluebird. another alternative for walmart customers. the big picture is last week we gained after two weeks of selling. we are just giving a little bit back now. back to you. lori: we cannot say this enough. this story is unbelievable. jerry brown has ordered an early switch to winter blend fue
what? the findings still aren't there even though we had an upgrade today. let's go to phil in wyoming. phil? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. this is fim from wyoming. >> nice. >> caller: i'd like to know what your thoughts are on eog. >> i think oe go -- >> buy, buy, buy. >> remember that. >> had the best eagle ford and the best bakken. who can beat that? let's go to steve in wisconsin. steve? >> caller: hey, jim, boo-yah too you from kenosha, wisconsin. >> sweet! what's up? >> caller: hey, i'm interested in hospira, hospira, the generic -- >> we like hospira. >> buy, buy, buy! >> thinking about that kind of company. let's go to david in michigan. david? >> caller: hey, jim, i'm a big fan. how you doing? >> all right. how about you? >> caller: good, good. i was just curious where you see going from here. taking a big hit. >> i regard it as one of the worst investments i've ever made. i do prefer the gld if you want to own gold. i have to tell you i felt that the company on friday, i think they're a little aggressive, frankly. i think they're a little aggressive there are things that can go w
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